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Hoover Cruise Cordless 22 Volt Lithium Ion Lightweight 2 in 1 Stick and Hand Held Vacuum Cleaner BH52210PC

by Hoover

Price BHD 86.9 In Stock

Estimate to be delivered 24 Sep - 27 Sep

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Features

Lightweight - at only 4.7 lbs. It's easier than ever to clean up, down and all around Reach anywhere cleaning - long slim pole reaches up high for cleaning shelves and ceiling fans 2 in 1- Removable hand vac is great for cleaning small messes and tight spaces Multi floor capabilities - transition from hard flooring to area rugs and low pile carpeting with just the push of a button Includes a battery charger, crevice tool, dusting brush, upholstery tool and a wall mount for easy storage Note: Refer the user manual below for troubleshooting steps and maintenance Bottom-Release Dirt Cup - Empties dirt and debris with the push of a button


Customers Reviews

Comparing Hoover Cruise to Dyson DC44 Animal

3.0 out of 5.0 by Js on September 26, 2016
3 and a half stars for the Cruise, really, because money matters.This review is based on vacuuming hardwood floors with a few scatter rugs. While we still shudder at the price of the Dyson V6, (we bought it refurbished and it was STILL expensive) we prefer it over the Hoover. The Hoover Cruise is less expensive than the Dyson, and is pretty good, but on close inspection we opt for the Dyson. It was fascinating to compare the two devices and see how the Hoover engineers had come in with a... let us call it "homage" to the Dyson concept. They came up with their own solutions and delivered a vacuum with just as much power that cost much less. However...Comparing the two devices:Battery: I like the way the Hoover Cruise lets you simply click a button to pull the battery and presumably replace it in the future. This is much tougher with the Dyson, where you have to look on YouTube to figure out how to disassemble, then find the hidden serial #, then search the internet for an aftermarket replacement, which are available.Noise: Dyson.While the two are within 2 dB of each other (88-90 at 3” above the handle for the Dyson, 90-92 for the Hoover), the Dyson is subjectively quieter. The Hoover has a high, whiny pitch. However, neither is bad.Maneuverability: The Dyson is smoother. The Hoover swivels just as much, if not more, but it swivels unexpectedly, when you are trying to go straight, for instance; steering is touchy.On/Off switch: Hoover.The Hoover has a lever that can be pushed to hold the on button in the on position. Which is good, because there is a hard edge that hurts the top of my hand when I hold down the on button, so using the lever allows me to move my hand away from that edge.One has to hold down the on button for the Dyson all the time, but that actually hasn’t ever bothered me.Dust bin: This one is a tie.The Dyson has a smaller bin, and the hinge for the “lid” for it is set back from the edge of the opening (sorry, hard to describe), but suffice it to say the issue comes in with fine dust accumulating in the hinge area. I use a toothbrush to brush that area out, which is about 1/4” deep.The Hoover seems to have a slightly larger dust bin, and its lid and hinge are better designed and have a nicer, firmer snap when closing. However, when popping open the base of the dust bin, the filter doesn’t release cat hair or dust bunnies. One then has to disassemble the entire dust bin in order to pull off the lighter debris. That reattachment is a finicky task.Powered beater brush: Dyson wins.The Hoover has an on/off switch, so the beater brush can be turned off on wood floors. It is very easy to remove to clean by simply pulling back on an arrowed section of the base (no instructions needed) and popping the brush out. This is superior to Dyson’s design. The Hoover Cruise beater single brush has soft blue tufts that appear to be spaced just slightly apart, so the tufts may not cover 100% of the floor or rug. But if you’re thinking that you’re protecting your floors, take a look at the close-up photo of the beater brushes to compare, and see the scratches (after just one use!) on the bottom piece of plastic that slides on the floor. I think adhesive-backed felt would be an easy fix that is not even necessary if you are just vacuuming tile. Hoover could fix this easily with a piece of padding.By contrast, the Dyson designers have gone to much more effort. There are little rollers front and back and padding all around. There are two sets of brushes, one set of black, very soft, slightly longer brushes that are spread quite uniformly (instead of in tufts) across the width of the tube. Then there are some red, very stiff tufts, that would seem to be far more effective at beating a rug or carpet. See the Photo. The stiff tufts would hit the surface of a wood floor, but very lightly. In the 4 months of using the Dyson, we have not yet noticed any wear on the floor. The Dyson beater brush is on all the time. It is slightly less easy to clean, requiring a coin to insert into a slot to rotate, then the brush has to be pulled out of the resulting hole; it takes some time. On the Hoover Cruise, you slide a piece and pull out the brush- easy.In examining the lower area of the machines, we noticed that the Hoover had, after just one use, accumulated quite a bit of softer, fuzzier debris along its corrugated tubing that is closest to the floor. The Dyson protects that area with some rounded plastic, and did not appear to have any accumulation, after 4-5 months of use.Weight: a tie.Suction: Close! The Hoover cleans well but the Dyson sucks harder.Instructions and Intuitive Operation is a Hoover Win: Hoover Cruise wins by far. Unlike those pretentious and puzzling pictographs Dyson is fond of, there are actual English instructions, and labeled pictures. Also, there are helpful little labels on the vacuum itself.Accessories: Dyson has a bit of an edge here with an included smaller beater head for stairs but the Hoover is pretty easy to use on stairs with its regular head, so no big deal.I usually don't factor in cost in a comparison unless the difference is big. Well, it is big. Go with the Hoover Cruise to save money and get good performance. Go with a (refurbished) Dyson to get best performance.
Has Dyson Met Its Match?

4.0 out of 5.0 by takingadayoff on September 23, 2016
It's a given that I will only vacuum if I can do it without hauling a heavy, corded vacuum cleaner around. So it's all cordless, lightweight stick vacs for me. I've been through several types and the Dyson Motorhead is the best of all the ones I tried. I love it. However, it does have a few minor drawbacks and it was worthwhile for me to check out this new Hoover Cruise. The Hoover compares favorably although I can't quite call it better than the Dyson, it's as good overall.It seems to be as effective at picking up dirt and dust and hair, which of course is the main thing. It holds a charge a lot longer than the Dyson -- the Dyson has never lasted more than twenty minutes on one charge at full power, but since I have a small apartment, twenty minutes is usually enough. On the other hand, the Hoover lasts twice that long, so if I get a bee in my bonnet and decide to do the furniture and blinds as well as the carpet, I'm set. Both machines easily convert to a handheld dustbuster and have the usual attachments. The Dyson handle is much more comfortable, even though the Hoover has a handy lock to keep your power switch depressed unlike the Dyson. The design of the handle made my hand tired on the Hoover, no problem with the Dyson. One thing I dislike about the Dyson is that the vents in the motor unit are arranged so that the air comes back at your face, especially if you are using the handheld option. The Hoover blows off to the sides, thank you very much.Both machines are very light and maneuverable and about the same degree of yuckiness when it comes to emptying the dust basket. Not sure I am ready to toss the Dyson, but this Hoover is a close competitor at a nicer price.
Terrible battery life!

1.0 out of 5.0 by truckie138 on January 24, 2018
Loved it in the beginning. However, just after a few months of use the battery has crapped out. Plug it in and the battery will show charged, but once you unplug it and try to use it, the vacuum will only run about 5 seconds.
Bad design. Needs to be CONSTANTLY taken apart completely ...

1.0 out of 5.0 by Maggie R on April 1, 2018
Bad design. Needs to be CONSTANTLY taken apart completely and cleaned out. Pet hair is immediately sucked into the very top section with the blue filter, rather than collecting in the bottom part (which is the part that is easily opened and dumped). When stuff is sucked up into the top section with the filter, you have to take everything apart, clean that out, put it back together, and then start vacuuming again. Way more trouble than it’s worth. Today I noticed it has no suction at all. I have only owned this for 60 days! Garbage. Any convenience I hoped to gain from the cordless feature and easily reached wall bracket is offset by the need to take the thing apart every time I use it. And now, I do believe it’s broken. I’ll have to take it apart yet again to see if I can get it working again. Wish I had returned it within the return period.
Wish it Sucked... But it doesn't

1.0 out of 5.0 by Jason Gabriel on January 10, 2017
I Purchased the Hoover based on price and the other reviews stating it worked well and had sufficient suction. Its OK when using it on hardwood or tile floors to pick up very small amounts of dirt. We have two dogs and they do shed so we have to vacuum quite often. We find the battery lasts for about 10 minutes and even then it is not terribly powerful.This vacuum is a glorified hand held vac. If that is what you are looking for then this is terrific. If you need the power found in a conventional vac, AVOID this. Looks like we will have to spend the extra $$$$$$$ and try the Dyson.Following up on the initial review.... now its July and the vacuum doesnt hold a charge and is not usable at all. After being on hold for 30 minutes with Hoover I decided to hang up. HORRIBLE product and HORRIBLE customer service.

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